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Airbags Imagine yourself and a friend on a road trip All of the sudden a car pulls out in front of you When you finally wake up you notice that you were in a terrible accident You see your friend lying inside the car Your friends neck has been broken by the impact of the airbag on the passenger side of the car Airbags are thought to be a great safety feature on automobiles but they have caused many injuries and deaths in all kinds of accidents Even though air bags are designed to save lives they can be harmful or fatal to some people Airbags should be more safe have an easy access to turn off airbags or they should only be installed in the front of the automobiles Airbags can be found in most recently manufactured automobiles According to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety Highway Loss Data Institute Insurance Institute web page Over 107 million 52 of the over 207 million cars and light trucks on US roads have driver airbags Over 81 million 394 of these also have passenger airbags Another one million new vehicles with airbags are being sold each month Many vehicles have airbags and the statistics show that more people have been surviving frontal accidents with airbags Airbags in cars can function correctly if simple procedures are followed Summarizing the Buckling Up And Getting Into The Correct Position web page anyone who drives a car with an airbag has the option of taking them out or should have a switch installed to turn off the airbag If you leave the airbag on or installed you must keep the steering wheel at least 10 inches away from you at all times and have the airbag pointing at your chest to prevent head and neck injury If the wheel is less than 10 inches away from you adjust the seat as far back as you can while reaching the
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